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Chinese (Traditional) translation of “in”

in

preposition (COMPARING AMOUNTS)
比較數量
 
 
/ɪn/
used to compare one part of an amount of something with the total amount of it
(表示比率)每…中
Apparently one in ten people/one person in ten has problems with reading.
顯然,每十個人中有一個閱讀有問題。
UK The basic rate of income tax is 25 pence in (USon) the pound.
所得稅基本稅率是每英鎊25便士。
Fractions
(Definition of in preposition (COMPARING AMOUNTS) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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